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We know your community members are ready to get back in the fitness center or resume regular activities after these long months of quarantine. However, keeping your communities safe and healthy is a top concern of management companies and community associations.

Active Adult Group Leader LifestyleLink Tutorial

Special interest groups and clubs are a vital part of active adult communities.LifestyleLink allows active adult group leaders to perform most group-related administrative tasks, taking the burden off busy office staff. Learn how to manage all aspects of your group through the LifestyleLink Dashboard.

See All Your Groups Together on One Screen

Click on My Groups in your Lifestyle menu to see a list of all your groups and clubs. The groups you manage are labelled “You are the group manager” in the lower right corner. Click the group name to get to the group homepage.

Senior dog may be welcome under active adult community pet policy

​For empty-nesters and other seniors, pets are some of their closest family. Luckily, many active adult communities recognize how important pets are to the modern family, and allow for four-legged residents. Find out what to expect from your active adult community’s pet policy, and what to watch out for before you move in.

Is Your Active Adult Community Old Enough to Qualify as Senior Living?

With older adults working, traveling, and staying active longer than in generations past, today’s active adult communities may not feel like the senior living facilities of old, but many still qualify for certain exemptions under the law.

What You Should Know About the Fair Housing Act and Age Discrimination

If you are operating an Active Adult Community, there are a lot of laws to think about, from safety to zoning. But you may not have considered whether your community be accidentally violating the federal Fair Housing Act.

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Over the last decade, an increasing number of older adults have come to rely on social media networks like Facebook. What started as a way to keep up with photos of grandkids and pets have become an essential part of maintaining their active adult schedules. By using LifestyleLink, your community can give members their own private social media network, making it easier for them to connect with their neighbors and make the most of all your facility has to offer.